jueves, 1 de diciembre de 2011

John's downloadable Midi File Choral Music site

John's downloadable Midi File Choral Music site

John's Midi File Choral Music site has changed address, and is now at

www.learnchoralmusic.co.uk

. Please update your bookmarks. You will be automatically redirected in 30 seconds - if you're not, please click on the address link above. And this is me!

It is more than likely that some revised links won't work because I failed to effect the move properly.
If so, please forgive me ... and let me know which ones they are so that I can put things right.

April 2010
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Sitemap for John's downloadable Midi File Choral Music site

Home Page - It's best to start from here
Return Page - "Back to opening Page" brings you here
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Playing Midi Files - Discusses the problems, and suggests some Midi File Players
Search this Site - Lets you use the standard Google Search to search the Site
Recent changes - Lists a number of recent additions and corrections
Links to other Sites - What it says on the tin!


 The Major Works and Anthems List
  - List of available Works, by Composer
Bach   Bainton   Bairstow   Beethoven   Bernstein   Bliss   Boyce   Blow   Brahms   Britten   Brown   Bruckner   Buxtehude   Byrd  
Campra   Carter   Charpentier   Cherubini   Chilcott   Child   Crivelli   Croft  
Durufle   Dvorak  
Elgar  
Faure   Finzi  
Gabrieli   Gibbons   Gilbert & Sullivan   Gounod  
Handel   Harris   Haydn   Haydn (Michael)   Honegger   Horovitz (& Flanders)   Howells   Hummel  
Ireland  
Jenkins  
Lambert   Lawes   Leighton   Loosemore  
Maunder   Mendelssohn   Monteverdi   Mozart   Mudd  
Naylor  
Orff  
Palestrina   Parnell   Parry   Pergolesi   Poulenc   Puccini   Purcell  
Rachmaninov   Rheinberger   Roberton   Rossini   Rutter  
Schubert   Schutz   Stainer   Stanford   Stravinsky   Suter   Swann   Sweelinck  
Tallis   Tavener   Tye  
Vaughan Williams   Verdi   Victoria   Vivaldi  
Walton   Warlock   Weelkes   Wesley   Whiteacre   Wood  
Straight to Page End, and Back to Site Homepage
Here is a List of all the Works I have keyed in, and which you can download as Midi Files in one form or another (that is, either voice-emphasized or not!). Simply navigate - follow/click on the links - through the system until you come to the pages with the actual Music Files on them, and then click on the Files you want to download.:-
If any of them aren't associated with links it means either that I'm still keying them in or that while they're available they're awaiting revision for uploading. Or possibly that, though they're ready for uploading, as yet I haven't acquired the necessary space (you'd be surprised how much space these Midi Files take up, especially when each one comes in five flavours!).
And if some of the links don't work? Probably I've made a mistake - such as calling a file "FILE.MID" but then carelessly referring to it as "file.mid" ... which makes a case-sensitive Unix-based Server report that it - "file.mid" - doesn't exist! This happens quite a lot, I'm afraid, and is the most likely reason for a "page not available" comment from your browser. If you find this happens, please let me know.
Bach Cantata 63 (complete)
Cantata 140 (complete)
Cantata 191 (complete)
Jesu, joy of Man's desiring
O praise the Lord, all ye Nations (Motet 6: BWV 230)
St. John Passion
St. Matthew Passion
Christmas Oratorio
Easter Oratorio
Magnificat in D
Mass in B minor
Mass in F major
Missa Brevis in A-major (BWV 234)
Zion hears her watchman calling (parts 4 & 7 of Cantata 140)
Bainton And I saw a new heaven
Bairstow Let all mortal flesh keep silence
Beethoven Choral Fantasy (final section)
Dona nobis pacem
Mass in C
Mass in D (Missa solemnis)
9th Symphony: Finale
Bernstein Chichester Psalms
Bliss Pastoral: Lie strewn the white flocks
Blow Behold, O God our defender
Let Thy hand be strengthened
Salvator Mundi
Boyce Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem
The King shall rejoice
Brahms Four Songs (Op. 17)
German Requiem
11 Gipsy Songs
Britten A Boy was Born (Novello version)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (OUP version)
A Hymn to the Virgin
A Ceremony of Carols
Five Flower Songs
Hymn to St. Cecilia
Saint Nicolas
Brown A Song for Oriana (about this work)
Bruckner Geistliche chore - Eleven motets
Locus iste
Mass in E minor (Mass No: 2) - 1896 version
Te Deum
Buxtehude Magnificat (BuxWV Anh)
The little newborn Jesus child (Das Neugeborne Kindelein)
Byrd Ave verum corpus
Haec Dies
Justorum Animae (The souls of the righteous)
Laetentur Coeli (Let the heavens be glad)
Sing joyfully
Campra Messe de Requiem
Carter Benedicite
Charpentier Messe de Minuit
Te Deum
Cherubini Requiem in C-minor
Chilcott Little Jazz Mass
The twelve days of Christmas
Child O Lord, grant the King a long life
Crivelli O Maria Mater Gratiae
Croft God is gone up
Durufle Four Motets
Requiem
Dvorak Stabat Mater
Te Deum
Elgar Ave Maria
Ave Verum
Dream of Gerontius
From the Bavarian Highlands (Six Choral Songs)
My Love dwelt in a Northern land
The Black Knight (Op 25) - orchestral version
The Black Knight (Op 25) - piano version
The Music Makers
There is sweet music.html
Faure Four Songs
Requiem
Cantical of Jean Racine
Finzi In Terra Paxa
Intimations of Immortality
Gabrieli In Ecclesiis (Motet a 15)
O Magnum Misterium
Gibbons Almighty and everlasting God
Hosanna to the son of David
Gilbert & Sullivan Trial by Jury
Gounod Messe solennelle (St Cecilia)
Handel Acis & Galatea
Alexander's Feast
Belshazzar
Brockes Passion
Chandos Anthems - No. 1: O be joyful in the Lord
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 2: In the Lord put I my trust
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 3: Have mercy upon me
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 4: O sing unto the Lord
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 5a: I will magnify Thee
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 6a: As pants the hart for cooling streams
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 7: My song shall be alway
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 8: O come let us sing
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 9: O praise the Lord
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 10: The Lord is my light
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - No. 11: Let God arise
Coronation Anthems - The King shall rejoice (Four part)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Six part)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .My heart is inditing
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Let thy hand be strengthened
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Zadok the priest (4-part)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Zadok the priest (7-part)
Dixit Dominus
Foundling Hospital Anthem
Gloria (for solo Soprano)
Israel in Egypt (see also "The Ways of Zion do mourn")
Jephtha
Judas Maccabaeus
Messiah
Ode for the birthday of Queen Anne
Samson - complete!
Saul - complete!
Semele (the Oratorio)
Solomon - complete!
"Dettingen" Te Deum
"Utrecht" Te Deum
The ways of Zion do mourn (the Funeral Anthem for Queen Caroline) (see also "Israel in Egypt")
Harris (Paul) A Christmas sequence of five carols
Haydn Mass in B flat (Creation Mass - Schopfungsmesse)
Mass in B (Harmonie-Messe)
Mass in B flat major (Heilig-Messe)
Kleine Orgelmesse (Missa brevis St. Joannis de Deo)
Imperial "Nelson" Mass (Missa in Angustiis)
Mariazellermesse (Missa Cellensis. Hob. XXII:8)
Missa Sancti Nicolai
Paukenmesse (Mass in Time of War) (Second Mass)
Stabat Mater
Te Deum Laudamus
The Creation
Theresien Messe (Sixteenth Mass) (Mass No: 10)
The Seasons - Spring (complete)
. . . . . . . . . . - Summer (complete)
. . . . . . . . . . - Autumn (complete)
. . . . . . . . . . - Winter (complete)
The Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross
Haydn (Michael) Requiem in C minor (MH 155)
Honegger Christmas Cantata
Horovitz Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo
Howells Hymnus Paradisi
Like as the hart
Requiem
Hummel Mass in B flat
Ireland Greater love hath no man
Jenkins Adiemus
Gloria
Requiem
The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace
Lambert The Rio Grande
Lawes Zadok the priest
Leighton Columba Mea
Loosemore O Lord, increase my faith
Maunder Olivet to Calvary
Mendelssohn Come let us sing
Elijah
Hymn of Praise
Sechs Spruche (No 5: "Im Advent", only)
St. Paul
The First Walpurgis Night
Monteverdi Beatus Vir (Novello SSATTB version)
Beatus Vir (Chappell SSATB version, with "added" strings)
Christmas Vespers
Vespers (1610)
Mozart Ave verum corpus
Inter natos mulierum
Mass in C major (Coronation Mass)
Mass in C major (K.257: Credo Mass)
Missa brevis in C major (Organ Solo Mass: KV 259)
Missa brevis et solemnis in C (Spatzen-Messe [Sparrow Mass]; KV 220)
Missa Brevis in G major (KV 49)
Mass in C minor (Great Mass)
Organ Mass
Requiem (with added Druce "alternative" bits)
Vesperae solennes de confessore
Mudd Let Thy merciful ears, O Lord
Naylor Vox dicentis: Clama
Orff Carmina Burana
Palestrina Missa Brevis
Parnell Music's Joy and Song's Eternity
Parry I was glad
Blest pair of Sirens (4-part)
Blest pair of Sirens (8-part)
Pergolesi Magnificat
Stabat Mater
Poulenc Gloria
Quatre motets pour le temps de noel
Stabat mater
Purcell A Purcell Anthology - Twelve Anthems
       1. Hear my prayer, O Lord
       2. I was glad
       3. O God, the King of Glory
       4. Remember not, Lord, our offences
       5. Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of out hearts
       6. Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei
       7. Funeral Sentences
       8. Lord, how long wilt thou be angry?
       9. O God, thou are my God
     10. Thy word is a lantern
     11. O sing unto the Lord
     12. Rejoice in the Lord alway
Celestial Music
Come ye sons of Art
Dido & Aeneas
My heart is inditing
Ode on St Cecilia's day 1692
O sing unto the Lord
The Fairy Queen
The Masque in Dioclesian
Puccini Messa di Gloria
Rachmaninov Vespers - Ave Maria
. . . . . . . Gloria
. . . . . . . Introit (Come, let us worship)
Rheinberger Abendlied
Roberton All in the April evening
Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle
Stabat Mater
Rutter Feel the spirit
. . . . . (A cycle of spirituals)
Gloria
Magnificat
Mass of the Children
Requiem
Te Deum
The Rutter Collection
. . . . . (Folksongs, Carols, and general Partworks)
The Sprig of Thyme
. . . . . (A cycle of folk-song settings)
When icicles hang
. . . . . (A cycle of choral settings)
Schutz Christmas Story (Christmas Oratorio, Weihnachts-Historie, Historia der Geburt Jesu Christi, SWV 435)
Schubert Ave Maria
Mass in C major
Mass in Eb major
Mass in G
Sanctus (D Mass)
Stabat Mater
Standchen - Opus 135 (for Contralto and Male Voices)
Tantum Ergo
Stainer The Crucifixion
Stanford Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in A
Three Motets (Op38)
Te Deum in Bb
Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms
Suter Le Laudi
Swann Festival Matins
Sweelinck Hodie Christus natus est
Tallis O nata lux
Tavener A Hymn to the Mother of God
Tye O come, ye servants of the Lord
Vaughan-Williams Fantasia on Christmas Carols
Five English Folk Songs
Five mystical songs
O clap your hands
A sea symphony
Serenade to Music
Toward the unknown region
Verdi Requiem
Requiem (with alternative dynamics)
Te Deum Laudamus
Victoria O quam gloriosum
Sepulto Domino
Vivaldi Beatus Vir (RV 597)
Credo
Dixit Dominus (RV 594)
Dixit Dominus (RV 595)
Gloria - there are Casella, Malipiero/Everett and Martens versions
Lauda Jerusalem
Magnificat
Walton A Litany (Drop, drop, slow tears)
Belshazzar's Feast
Coronation Te Deum
Warlock Yarmouth Fair
Weelkes Alleluia, I heard a voice
Gloria in excelsis Deo
Hosanna to the Son of David
Wesley Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace
Whiteacre Lux Aurumque
Wood Hail gladdening light
O Thou, the Central Orb

 The Partworks and Madrigals etc List

List of available Works, by Composer


These Works are all in "UNemphasised" form, so if you want a version with a voice emphasised then, unless you're in luck and there is already a version of the relevant Work on the main Choral Composer List page, you'll have to do it yourself. You can use one of the "freebie" Midi-playing programs - Midisoft's Session, for example - referred to on (and downloadable from) the Home page and elsewhere in this Site.
Anon   Arcadelt   Arne  
Bartlet   Bateson   Batten   Bennet   Bishop   Blow   Brahms   Britten   Byrd  
Campian   Cavendish   Cornelius   Croft  
Debussy   Delius   Dering   Dowland  
East   Edwards   Elgar   Encina  
Farmer   Farnaby   Farrant   Finzi   Ford  
Gabrieli   Gardiner   Gastoldi   Gibbons   Gilbert&Sullivan   Greaves  
Hadley   Hassler   Haydn   Howells  
Isaac  
Jeune (C Le)   Jones  
Kirbye  
Lassus  
Marenzio   Mascagni   Monteverdi   Morley   Mudd   Mundy  
Parry   Parsons   Passereau   Pearsall   Peerson   Philips   Pilkington   Prez (J des)   Purcell E C  
Rachmaninoff   Ramsey   Reed   Rore  
Sandrin   Senfl   Sermisy   Sharp   Stanford   Sullivan  
Tallis   Tomkins   Tye  
Vaughan Williams   Vautor  
Ward   Weelkes   Whythorne   Wilbye   To bottom of page - and back to Site Homepage
Anon Dindirin
The Ash Grove
Arcadelt (Jacob) Il bianco e dolce cigno
Margot, hasten to the vineyard
Arne (T A) When daisies pied
Where the bee sucks
Bartlet (John) Of all the birds that I do know
Bateson (Thomas) If love be blind
Phyllis, farewell
Those sweet delightful lilies
Batten (Adrian) O praise the Lord
Bennet (John) All creatures now
Round about in a fair ring
Weep, O mine eyes
Bishop (Henry R) Foresters, sound the cheerful horn
Blow (John) Salvator Mundi
Brahms (Johannes) Nachtwache No 1
Britten (Benjamin) Five Flower Songs . .To Daffodils
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .The Succession of the Four Sweet Months
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marsh Flowers
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .The Evening Primrose
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ballad of the Green Broom
Byrd (William) Ave verum corpus
Deo gratias
Haec Dies
Justorum Animae (The souls of the righteous)
Laetentur coeli
Lullaby, my sweet little baby
Miserere mei
O quam glorioso
Sing joyfully
Teach me, O Lord
This day Christ was born
This sweet and merry month of May
Though Amaryllis dance
Vigilate (Watch!) Wounded I am
Campian (Thomas) Never weather-beaten sail
Cavendish (Michael) Come, gentle swains
Cornelius (Peter) So weich und warm
Croft (William) God is gone up
Debussy (Claude) Trois chansons de Charles d'Oleans 1. Dieu! qu'il la fait bon regarder!
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. Quant j'ai ouy le tabourin
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. Yver, vous n'estes qu'un villain
Delius (Frederick) Two unaccompanied partsongs To be sung of a summer night on the water - 1
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To be sung of a summer night on the water - 2
Dering (Richard) Dear love, be not unkind
Factum est silentium
Love shooting
Dowland (John) Burst forth, my tears
By a fountain
Can she excuse
Come again
Come away, come, sweet love
Come, heavy sleep
Go, crystal tears
If my complaints
Fine knacks for ladies
Now, oh now I needs must part
Sleep, wayward thoughts
Sweet, stay awhile
Unquiet thoughts
Weep you no more, sad fountains
What poor astronomers
Wilt thou unkind
East (Michael) Poor is the life
Quick, quick, away, dispatch! .. (inc. No haste but good!)
Edwards (Richard) In going to my naked bed
Elgar (Edward) As torrents in summer
My love dwelt in a Northern land
There is sweet music
Encina (Juan del) Mas vale trocar
Farmer (John) Fair Phyllis I saw
A little pretty bonny Lass
Fair nymphs, I heard one telling
Take time
Farnaby (Giles) Blind love
Construe (Consture) my meaning
Pearce did dance
Farrant (Richard) Call to Remembrance
Hide not thy face
Lord, for Thy tender mercy's sake
Finzi (Gerald) My spirit sang all day
Ford (Thomas) Since first I saw your face
Gabrieli Lieto godea
Gardiner Sir Eglamore
Gastoldi Amor vittorioso
Gibbons (Orlando) Ah, dear heart
Almight and everlasting God
Dainty fine bird
Hosanna to the Son of David
O clap your hands
O Lord, in Thy wrath
O that the learned poets
The Silver Swan
This is the record of John
Trust not too much, fair youth
What is our life?
Gilbert&Sullivan Merry Madrigal
Strange adventure
Greaves (Thomas) Come away, sweet love
Hadley (Patrick) My beloved spake
Hassler (Hans Leo) Tanzen und springen
Ach, Weh des Leiden
Haydn (Joseph) Die Harmonie in der Ehe
Howells (Herbert) A spotless Rose
Isaac (Heinrich) Innsbruch, ich muss dich lassen
Jeune (Claude Le) Revoici venir du printemps
Jones (Robert) Cherry ripe
Farewell, dear love
Kirbye (George) See what a maze of error
Lassus (Orlande de) Bonjour mon coeur
Chi chi li chi
La nuit froide et sombre
Matona, mia cara
Marenzio (Luca) Crudel perche mi fuggi
Scaldava il sol
Mascagni The Easter Hymn
Monteverdi (Claudio) O Mirtillo, Mirtillo, anima mia
Ohime se tanto amate
Lamento d'Arianna - 1: Lasciatemi morire
. . . . . . . " . . . . . . - 2: O Teseo, Teseo mio
. . . . . . . " . . . . . . - 3: Dove, dove e la fede
. . . . . . . " . . . . . . - 4: Ahi, che non pur risponde!
Morley (Thomas) April is in my mistress' face
Fyer, Fyer!
Hard by a crystal fountain
I love, alas, I love thee
In ev'ry place
Leave, alas, this tormenting
My bonny lass she smileth
Now is the month of Maying
Say, gentle nymphs
Since my tears and lamenting
Sing we and chant it
Though Philomela lost her love
Whither away so fast?
Mudd (Thomas) Let Thy merciful ears
Mundy (William) O Lord, the Maker
Parry (C Hubert H) Music, when soft voices die
Parsons (Robert) Ave Maria
Passereau (Pierre) Il est bel bon
Pearsall Lay a garland
Sing we and chaunt it
Who shall have my lady fair
Peerson (Martin) Lock up, fair lids
Philips (Peter) Ascendit Deus
Wherefore sit I complaining
Pilkington (Francis) Amyntas with his Phyllis fair
Rest, sweet nymphs
Prez (Josquin des) Mille regrets
Purcell (Edward C) Passing by
Rachmaninoff Ave Maria
Ramsey (Robert) Sleep, fleshly birth
Reed (...) Holy infant
Rore (Cipriano de) Ancor che col partire
Sandrin (Pierre) Douce memoire
Senfl (Ludwig) Ach Elslein, liebes Elslein
Sermisy (Claudin de) Au joli bois
Sharp (Cecil J) O No John!
Stanford (C V) The blue bird
Heraclitus
Sullivan (Arthur) The long day closes
Tallis (Thomas) If ye love me
O nata lux
Salvator Mundi
Tomkins (Thomas) Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers
I heard a voice
Music divine
O let me live
O yes! has any found a lad?
See, see, the shepherds' Queen
Too much I once lamented
When David heard
Tye (Christopher) Give almes of thy goods
Vaughan Williams (R) Linden Lea
Three Elizabethan Partsongs:- 1: Sweet Day
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2: The Willow Song
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. O mistress mine
Three Shakespeare Songs:- 1: Full Fathom Five
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2: The Cloud-capp'd Towers
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3: Over Hill, over Dale
Vautor (Thomas) Mother, I will have a husband
Sweet Suffolk owl
Ward (John) A satyr once
Come, sable night
Out from the vale
Weelkes (Thomas) Alleluia. I heard a voice
As Vesta was
Come, sirrah Jack, ho!
Gloria in excelsis Deo
Hark, all ye lovely Saints
Hosanna to the Son of David
Lo country sports
Now every tree
O care, thou wilt despatch me .. (inc. Hence, care, thou art too cruel)
O Lord, arise
Since Robin Hood
Sing we at pleasure
Strike it up, tabor
Thule, the period of cosmography .. (inc. The Andalusian Merchant)
Thus sings my dearest jewel
When David heard
Whythorne (Thomas) I have ere this time
Wilbye (John) Adieu sweet Amaryllis
Change me, O heav'ns
Draw on, sweet night
Flora gave me fairest flowers
Lady, when I behold
O what shall I do?
Sweet honey-sucking bees .. (inc. Yet, Sweet, take heed)
Thus saith my Cloris bright
Weep, weep, mine eyes

The Carols & Hymns List
 

- List of available Works, by (Music) Composer/Arranger/Editor
and/or by Title or First Line

These Works are all in "UNemphasised" form, so if you want a version with a voice emphasised you'll have to do it yourself. You can use one of the "freebie" Midi-playing programs - Midisoft's Session, for example - referred to on (and downloadable from) the Home page and elsewhere in this Site.
To page bottom, and back to Site HomePage
by (Music) Composer/Arranger/Editor Name By Title or First Line
Ainger   Anon-Trad   Armstrong-Gibbs  
Bach J S   Bainton   Ballet   Bennett   Berkeley   Berlioz   Blott   Britten   Britton   Bruckner  
Carter(A)   Carter (S)   Charpentier   Chilcott   Cleobury   Cooke   Cornelius   Corp  
Darke   Davies (H Walford)  
Ebeling  
Franck   Fraser-Simson  
Gauntlett   Gibbs   Goss   Gruber  
Hadley   Handel   Harratt   Head   Holst   Howells   Humphris   Hurford  
I
Jacques   Joubert  
Kendrick   Kirkpatrick   Kocher   Kodaly  
Ledger   Leighton   Leuner   Llewellyn  
Mason   Mathias   Mendelssohn   Monteverdi  
N
Ord  
Palestrina   Pearsall   Percival   Pettman   Pierpont   Poston   Praetorius  
Q
Rachmaninoff   Ravenscroft   Rimsky-Korsakov   Rogers   Rusbridge   Rutter  
Sargent   Shaw G   Shaw M   Scheidt   Schein   Stainer   Stevens   Sullivan  
Tate   Tavener   Tchaikovsky   Terry   Thurlow   Trad   Trevor  
U
Vaughan Williams  
Wade   Walton   Warlock   Warrell   Wells   Willcocks   Williamson   Wishart   Wood   Woodward  



Ainger Mary's Child
Anon-Trad Creator of the Stars of Night
Somerset Wassail
While shepherds watched their flocks
Armstrong-Gibbs While the shepherds were watching
Bach (J S) Ah! Dearest Jesu
And there were shepherds
O little one sweet
Nun komm' der heiden Heiland
With all Thy hosts
Zion hears the watchmen's voices
Bainton (F) A babe is born I wys
Ballet (William) Blessed be that Maid Marie (From his Lute book)
Lute-book lullaby (Sweet was the song)
Bennett (Richard R) Out of your sleep
Susanni
What sweeter music
Berkeley (Lennox) I sing of a maiden
Berlioz (Hector) The shepherds' farewell
Blott The sycamore tree
Britten (Benjamin) A New Year carol
A boy was born
There is no rose
Britton (Peter) Il est ne, le divin enfant
Bruckner (Anton) Locus iste
Carter (A) A maiden most gentle
Carter (S) Lord of the Dance
Charpentier (M A) Salve puerule
Chilcott (M A) The twelve days of Christmas
Cleobury (Stephen) Joys seven
Cooke (Arnold) O men from the fields
Cornelius (Peter) The three kings
Corp (Ronald) Susanni - A little child there is yborn
Darke (Harold) In the bleak midwinter
Davies (H Walford) O little town of Bethlehem (short version)
O little town of Bethlehem (Davies: extended version)
The holly and the ivy
Ebeling (Johann Georg) All my heart this night rejoices
Franck (Cesar) Panis Angelis
Fraser-Simson (H) Joy shall be yours in the morning
Gauntlett (Henry J) Once in royal David's city
Once in royal David's city (with Wells last verse)
Once in royal David's city (with Willcocks last verse)
Ye Choirs of new Jerusalem (with Willcocks last verse)
Gibbs (Douglas) A Christmas vesper
Born was a boy
By-by lullay
Cantate omnes hodie
Carol gently carol
I heard a maiden softly sing
I saw three ships
Jesu dulcis
Joyous day
The apple tree
They watched that night
'Twas in a lowly stable
Wassail, wassail all over the town
Goss (John) See amid the winter's snow (arr. Willcocks)
Gruber (Franz) Silent night (Willcocks 1)
Silent night (Willcocks 2)
Silent night/Stille nacht (Cashmore)
Silent night/Stille nacht (Humphris)
Hadley (Patrick) I sing of a maiden
Handel-ish Joy to the world
Harratt (?) Away in a manger
Head (Michael) The little road to Bethlehem
Holst (Gustav) In the bleak midwinter
Lullay my liking
Personent Hodie
Turn back, O man
Howells (Herbert) A spotless Rose
Tryste noel
Humphris (Ian) Coventry Carol (Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child)
I saw three ships
Noel, sing Noel
Sans day carol
The Yorkshire wassail (Wassail: we've been awhile a-wandering)
The twelve days of Christmas
Hurford (Peter) Sunny bank
Jacques (Reginald) Angels from the realms of glory
Away in a manger
Good King Wenceslas
I saw three ships
Patapan
Rejoice and be merry (Gallery Carol)
The holly and the ivy
The Linden Tree carol
When Christ was born
Joubert (John) There is no rose of such virtue
Torches, torches!
Kendrick (Graham) Like a candle flame (The candle song)
Kirkpatrick (William) Away in a manger
Kocher (Konrad) As with gladness men of old
Kodaly (Zoltan) A Christmas carol
Ledger (Philip) Still, still, still
Leighton (Kenneth) Coventry Carol (Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child)
Leuner (Karl) The shepherds' cradle song (arr. MacPherson)
Llewellyn (William) A Somerset carol
Away in a manger
God rest you merry, Gentlemen
Hark! The herald angels sing (Mendelssohn)
Hush you, my baby
Il est ne, le divin enfant
In the bleak midwinter
I saw three ships
Joy to the world
King Jesus hath a garden
London waits (Past 3 o'clock)
O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fidelis)
Puer nobis (Unto us is born a son)
The Angel Gabriel
The holly and the ivy
Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing
Mason (Lowell) Joy to the world (arr. Rutter)
Mathias (William) A babe is born
Sir Christemas
Mendelssohn (Franz ) Hark! The herald angels sing (arr. Cummings)
Hark! The herald angels sing (arr. Llewellyn)
Hark! The herald angels sing (with Willocks descant)
Monteverdi (Claudio) Christe, Redemptor omnium
Ord (Boris) Adam lay ybounden
Palestrina Matins Responses
Pearsall (Robert) In dulci jubilo (SATB: edit. Westbrook)
In dulci jubilo (SATB/SATB; Jacques?)
Percival (Allen) Longfellow's carol
Pettman (Edgar) I saw a maiden
The Angel Gabriel (Pettman/Willcocks?)
Pierpont (J) Jingle, bells
Poston (Elizabeth) Jesus Christ the apple tree
The boar's head carol
Praetorius A great and mighty wonder
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth
Lo, how a Rose is blooming
Omnis mundus jocundetur (Earth this glad day rejoices)
Psallite unigenite
Rachmaninoff (Sergei) Slava
Ravenscroft (T) While shepherds watched their flocks (Ravenscroft alternative)
Rimsky-Korsakov (Nikolai) The Lord's Prayer
Rogers (Timothy) O Queen of heaven
Rusbridge (Rosalind) Infant holy, infant lowly (words: Reed)
Rutter (John) Angel tidings
Child in a manger
Christmas Lullaby
Christmas night
Cradle song
Donkey Carol
Down in yon forest
Flemish carol
Here we come a-wassailing
Here we come a-wassailing (2nd version)
Il est ne, le divin enfant
In dulci jubilo
I saw three ships
I wonder as I wander
Jesus child
King Jesus hath a garden
Mary's lullaby
Nativity carol
Noel nouvelet (Nowell, sing Nowell)
Past three a clock
Quem pastores laudavere
    (Shepherds left their flocks a-straying)
Quittez, pasteurs (Come leave your sheep)
Rise up, shepherd, and follow
Sans day carol
Shepherd's pipe carol
Star carol
There is a flower
The holly and the ivy
The twelve days of Christmas
Wexford Carol
What sweeter music
Sargent (Malcolm) Zither carol
Shaw (Geoffrey) Lute-book lullaby
Shaw (Martin) Coventry carol
Scheidt (Samuel) A child is born in Bethlehem (ed. Willcocks)
Schein (J H) A babe is born in Bethlehem
Stainer (John) Nowell, nowell (The first Nowell) (last verse Llewellyn)
Stevens (John) There is no rose
Sing we to this merry company
Sullivan (Arthur) It came upon the midnight clear
Tate (Phyllis) Carol, with lullaby
Tavener (John) The Lamb
Tchaikovsky (P I) The crown of roses
Terry (Richard R) I sing of a Mayden
Myn lyking (Lullay, lullay)
Thurlow (Jeremy) Lute-book lullaby (Sweet was the song)
Trad (arr. ??) The boar's head Carol
Coventry Carol
Sussex carol
While shepherds watched their flocks
While shepherds watched their flocks (Ravenscroft alternative)
Trevor (C H) The angels and the shepherds
Vaughan Williams (Ralph) All in the morning
No sad thought His soul affright
O little town of Bethlehem
The blessed son of God
The truth from above
We've been awhile a-wandering
Gloucestershire wassail (Wassail all over the town)
Wassail song (Wassail all over the town)
Wade (J F) O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fidelis)
Walton (William) All this time
King Herod and the cock
What cheer?
Warlock (Peter) Adam lay ybounden
Warrell (Arthur) (I wish you) A merry Christmas
Wells (Robin) A babe is born (1)
A Gallery Carol (Rejoice and be merry)
Fum, fum, fum
I sing of a maiden
Sir Christemas
Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?
Willcocks (David) A Child this day is born
Angelus as Virginem (Gabriel to Mary came)
Bethlehem, of noblest cities (Earth has many a noble city)
Birthday Carol
Blessed be that Maid Mary
Come all you worthy gentlemen
Christ was born on Christmas day
Deck the hall
Deck the hall (version 2)
Ding dong! merrily on high
Gabriel's message
Gabriel's message (simpler version)
God rest you merry, gentlemen
Good King Wenceslas
Hark! The herald angels sing (with Willocks descant)
He smiles within his cradle
How far is it to Bethlehem?
Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber
Il est ne, le divin enfant
Infant holy, infant lowly
I saw three ships
It came upon the midnight clear
Kings of Orient
Lo! He comes with clouds descending
Masters in this hall
O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fidelis)
O come, O come, Emannuel
Of the Father's heart begotten
Quelle est cette odeur agreable? (Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?)
Resonemus laudibus
Rocking
Shepherds, in the field abiding
Sussex carol (On Christmas night)
The boar's head carol
The cherry tree carol
The first Nowell
The infant King (Sing lullaby)
The Lord at first did Adam make
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Unto us a Son is born (Puer nobis)
While shepherds watched their flocks
What child is this?
Williamson (Malcolm) This Christmas Night
Wishart (Peter) Alleluya, a new work is come on hand
Wood (Charles) A virgin most pure
Ding dong! Merrily on high
Hail! Blessed Virgin Mary
King Jesus hath a garden
Once, as I remember
Past three a clock (London waits)
This joyful Eastertide
Woodward (G R Come, rock the cradle for him
Up! Good Christen folk, and listen
Beginning with:-

A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z  



A babe is born (Mathias)
A babe is born (1) (Wells)
A babe is born in Bethlehem (Schein)
A babe is born I wys (Bainton)
A boy was born (Britten)
A child is born in Bethlehem (Scheidt ed. Willcocks)
A Child this day is born (Willcocks)
A Christmas carol (Kodaly)
A Christmas vesper (Gibbs)
Adam lay ybounden (Ord)
Adam lay ybounden (Warlock)
Ah! Dearest Jesu (Bach)
A Gallery Carol (Rejoice and be merry) (Wells)
A great and mighty wonder (Praetorius)
A little child there is yborn - Susanni (Corp)
All in the morning (Vaughan Williams)
All my heart this night rejoices (Ebeling)
All this time (Walton)
Alleluya, a new work is come on hand (Wishart)
A maiden most gentle (Carter)
(I wish you) A merry Christmas (arr. Warrel)
And there were shepherds (Bach)
A New Year carol (Britten)
Angels from the realms of glory (Jacques)
Angel tidings (Rutter)
Angelus as Virginem (Gabriel to Mary came) (Willcocks)
A Somerset carol (Llewellyn)
A spotless Rose (Howells)
As with gladness men of old (Kocher/Willcocks)
A virgin most pure (Trad/Wood)
Away in a manger (Harratt)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Trad, arr. Jacques)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Kirkpatrick, arr. Willcocks)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Mendelssohn/Llewellyn)



Bethlehem, of noblest cities (Earth has many a noble city) (Willcocks)
Birthday Carol (Willcocks)
Blessed be that Maid Mary (Trad/Willcocks)
Blessed be that Maid Marie (Ballet: From his Lute book)
Born was a boy (Gibbs)
By-by lullay (Gibbs)



Cantate omnes hodie (Gibbs)
Carol gently carol (Gibbs)
Carol, with lullaby (Tate)
Child in a manger (Rutter)
Christe, Redemptor omnium (Monteverdi)
Christmas Lullaby (Rutter)
Christmas night (Rutter)
Christ was born on Christmas day (Willcocks)
Come leave your sheep (Quittez, pasteurs) (Rutter)
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth (Praetorius/Willcocks)
Come all you worthy gentlemen (Willcocks)
Come, rock the cradle for him (Woodward)
Coventry Carol (Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child) (Humphris)
Coventry Carol (Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child)(Leighton)
Coventry carol (Shaw M)
Coventry Carol (Traditional)
Cradle song (Rutter)
Creator of the Stars of Night (Anon)



Deck the hall (Willcocks)
Deck the hall (version 2) (Willcocks)
Ding dong! Merrily on high (Willcocks)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Wood)
Donkey Carol (Rutter)
Down in yon forest (Rutter)



Earth has many a noble city (Bethlehem, of noblest cities) (Willcocks)



Flemish carol (Rutter)
Fum, fum, fum (Llewellyn)



Gabriel's message (Willcocks)
Gabriel's message (Simpler version) (Willcocks)
Gabriel to Mary came (Angelus as Virginem) (Willcocks)
God rest you merry, Gentlemen (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
Good King Wenceslas (Jacques)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willocks)
Gloucestershire wassail (Wassail all over the town) (Vaughan Williams)



Hail! Blessed Virgin Mary (Wood)
Hark! The herald angels sing (Mendelssohn/Cummings)
Hark! The herald angels sing (Mendelssohn/Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Mendelssohn/Willocks descant)
Here we come a-wassailing (Rutter)
Here we come a-wassailing (2nd version) (Rutter)
He smiles within his cradle (Willcocks)
How far is it to Bethlehem? (Willcocks)
Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber (Willcocks)
Hush you, my baby (Llewellyn)



Il est ne, le divin enfant (Britton)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
In dulci jubilo (SATB/SATB; Jacques/Pearsall)
. . . . . . . . . . . (SSATB: edit. Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . (SATB: edit. Westbrook)
Infant holy, infant lowly (Rusbridge/Reed)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
In the bleak midwinter (Darke)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Holst)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Llewellyn)
I heard a maiden softly sing (Gibbs)
I saw a maiden (Trad/Pettman)
I saw three ships (Gibbs)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Humphris)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Jacques)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
I sing of a maiden (Berkeley)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Hadley)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Wells)
I sing of a Mayden (Terry)
It came upon the midnight clear (Sullivan)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Sullivan/Willcocks)
I wonder as I wander (Rutter)



Jesu dulcis (Gibbs)
Jesus child (Rutter)
Jesus Christ the apple tree (Poston)
Jingle, bells (Pierpont/Willcocks)
Joyous day (Gibbs)
Joys seven (Cleobury)
Joy shall be yours in the morning (Fraser-Simson)
Joy to the world (Handel-ish)
. . . . . . . . . . . . (ditto/Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . (Mason/Rutter)



King Herod and the cock
King Jesus hath a garden (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Dutch Trad/Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Dutch Trad/Wood)
Kings of Orient (Hopkins/Willcocks)



Like a candle flame (The candle song) (Kendrick)
Locus iste (Bruckner)
Lo! He comes with clouds descending (Willcocks)
Lo, how a Rose is blooming (Praetorius)
London waits (Past 3 o'clock) (Llewellyn)
Longfellow's carol (Percival)
Lord of the Dance (Carter S)
Lullay my liking (Holst)
Lute-book lullaby (Sweet was the song)(Ballet/Shaw)
Lute-book lullaby (Sweet was the song)(Thurlow)



Mary's Child (Ainger)
Mary's lullaby (Rutter)
Masters in this hall (Willcocks)
Matins Responses (Palestrina)
Myn lyking (Lullay, lullay) (Terry)



Nativity carol (Rutter)
Noel nouvelet (Nowell, sing Nowell) (Trad/Rutter)
Noel, sing Noel (Trad, arranged Humphris)
No sad thought His soul affright (Vaughan Wiiliams)
Nowell, nowell (The first Nowell) (last verse Llewellyn)
Nun komm' der heiden Heiland (Bach)



O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fidelis) (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Wade)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
O come, O come, Emannuel (Willcocks)
Of the Father's heart begotten (Willcocks)
O little one sweet (Bach)
O little town of Bethlehem (arr. V Williams, Armstrong)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Davies: short version)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Davies: extended version)
O men from the fields (Cooke)
Omnis mundus jocundetur (Earth this glad day rejoices) (Praetorius)
Once, as I remember (Wood)
On Christmas night (Sussex carol) (Willcocks)
Once in royal David's city (Gauntlet/Mann)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Gauntlett) (with Wells last verse)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Gauntlett/Mann) (with Willcocks last verse)
O Queen of heaven (Rogers)
Out of your sleep (Bennett)



Panis Angelis (Franck)
Past three a clock (Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (London waits) (Wood)
Patapan (Jacques)
Personent Hodie (Holst)
Psallite unigenite (Praetorius)
Puer nobis (Unto us is born a son) (Llewellyn)



Quelle est cette odeur agreable? (Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?) (Willcocks)
Quem pastores laudavere (Shepherds left their flocks a-straying) (Rutter)
Quittez, pasteurs (Come leave your sheep) (Rutter)



Rejoice and be merry (A Gallery Carol) (Wells)
Rejoice and be merry (Gallery Carol) (Jacques)
Resonemus laudibus (Willcocks)
Rise up, shepherd, and follow (Rutter)
Rocking (Willcocks)



Salve puerule (Charpentier)
Sans day carol (Humphris)
. . . . . . . . . . . (Trad/Rutter)
See amid the winter's snow (Goss/Willcocks)
Shepherds, in the field abiding (Willcocks)
Shepherds left their flocks a-straying (Quem pastores laudavere) (Rutter)
Shepherd's pipe carol (Rutter)
Silent night (Willcocks 1)
. . . . . . . . . (Willcocks 2)
Silent night/Stille nacht (Cashmore)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Humphris)
Sing we to this merry company (Stevens)
Sir Christemas (Mathias)
Sir Christemas (Wells)
Slava (Rachmaninoff)
Somerset Wassail (Anon-Trad)
Star carol (Rutter)
Still, still, still (Ledger)
Sunny bank (Hurford)
Susanni (Bennett)
Susanni - A little child there is yborn (Corp)
Sussex carol (Willcocks)
. . . . . . . . . . (Trad; arr. ??)



The Angel Gabriel (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Pettman/Willcocks?)
The angels and the shepherds (Trevor)
The apple tree (Gibbs)
The blessed son of God (Vaughan Williams)
The boar's head carol (Poston)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Trad)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
The cherry tree carol (Willcocks)
The crown of roses (Tchaikovsky)
The first Nowell (Willcocks)
The first Nowell (Nowell, nowell) (Stainer: last verse Llewellyn)
The holly and the ivy (Jacques)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (H Walford Davies)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Rutter)
The infant King (Sing lullaby) (Willcocks)
The Lamb (Tavener)
The Linden Tree carol (Jacques)
The little road to Bethlehem (Head)
The Lord at first did Adam make (Willcocks)
The Lord's Prayer
There is a flower (Rutter)
There is no rose Britten)
. . . . . . . . . . . . (Stevens)
There is no rose of such virtue (Joubert)
The sycamore tree (Blott)
The shepherds' cradle song (Leuner)
The shepherds' farewell (Berlioz)
The three kings (Cornelius/Atkins)
The truth from above (Vaughan Williams)
The twelve days of Christmas (Chilcott)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Humphris)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Rutter)
The Yorkshire wassail (Wassail: we've been awhile a-wandering) (Humphris)
They watched that night (Gibbs)
This Christmas Night (Williamson)
This joyful Eastertide (Wood)
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day (Trad/Willcocks)
Torches, torches! (Joubert)
Tryste noel (Howells)
Turn back, O man (Holst)
'Twas in a lowly stable (Gibbs)



Unto us is born a son (Puer nobis) (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
Up! Good Christen folk, and listen (Piae Cant/Woodward)


V


Wassail song (Wassail all over the town) (Vaughan Williams)
Wassail, wassail all over the town (Gibbs)
Wassail: we've been awhile a-wandering (The Yorkshire wassail) (Humphris)
We've been awhile a-wandering (Vaughan Williams)
Wexford Carol (Rutter)
What cheer? (Walton)
What child is this? (Willcocks)
What sweeter music (Bennett)
What sweeter music (Rutter)
When Christ was born (Jacques)
Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . (Wells)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . (Quelle est cette odeur agreable?) (Willcocks)
While shepherds watched their flocks (West Gallery Set)
While shepherds watched their flocks (Basic Trad version)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willocks last verse descant)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Ravenscroft alternative)
While the shepherds were watching (Armstrong-Gibbs)
With all Thy hosts (Bach)


X


Ye Choirs of new Jerusalem (Gauntlet, with Willcocks last verse)


Zion hears the watchmen's voices (Bach/Rutter)
Zither carol (Malcolm Sargent)




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